Zawadee Spotted Cat Tanzanian Peaberry | Complex, Intriguing
Zawadee Spotted Cat Tanzanian Peaberry is complex and intriguing – just like a cat! The handcrafted Tanzanian Peaberry bursts with oat and black currant flavors with a subtle, yet authoritative medium roast.
Zawadee fresh roasts its Spotted Cat Tanzanian Peaberry each week in order to ensure the optimum coffee experience for our customers. Zawadee sources and roasts all its Taste of Africa Coffee according to the highest standards, including a dedicated commitment to fair trade coffee practices.
About Zawadee Coffees
Zawadee loves Africa and African food! It’s wonderful when two things connect so well. African food is culturally diverse while flavourful and delicious. Africa is the birthplace of coffee and the source of some of the world’s very best beans and fair trade coffee too! Zawadee names its coffees after endangered or vulnerable species. We contribute to charities supportive of the protection of species at risk around the world.
Zawadee dedicates itself to supporting species at risk around the world. Zawadee devotes 2% of the sale of all wildlife-related products to charities which assist endangered animals.
A Taste of Africa Coffee – Zawadee Spotted Cat – Single origin, micro-let whole beans while always freshly roasted in frequent small batches. Simply delicious!
More about the Spotted Cat…
The African Wildlife Foundation believes ensuring the future of the leopard lies in an integrated approach to conservation. The foundation looks not only at the species itself, but at the needs of local people, land use, and the ecosystem. In the Kruger National Park area in South Africa, AWF researchers have placed GPS collars on leopards to study their populations in order to evaluate resource competition with other carnivores and study leopard interactions with people.
In Tanzania, the African Wildlife Foundation works closely with pastoralist communities while instituting preventative measures to protect livestock from predation. AWF is building bomas in order for communities living in close proximity to carnivores. Bomas are predator-proof enclosures where livestock are kept to prevent their attack. By taking proactive steps, we are able to prevent both livestock and carnivore deaths.
About Zawadee – Bring Africa Home
Born and raised in Africa, Zawadee CEO – Mustafa – spent 30 years in East Africa – Kenya and Tanzania. East Africa is both stunning and scenic. The area includes the sites of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya, plus Lakes Victoria and Tanganyika.
Inspiration: A rich artistic and cultural heritage exists in Africa, represented by artisanal groups such as the Makonde, Swahili, Konso, Kamba, and Giryama. Visual and decorative artwork includes wood carving, silversmithing, clay and soapstone sculpture, mural and mat plaiting. Music fosters and reinforces community while actively and closely woven into East African society.